Game-day go-to: Alumna featured in ‘Press-Gazette’ Packers story

We told you here last week about a group of proud alumni who have parlayed their UW-Green Bay educations into great careers with the Green Bay Packers. One of those alums, game and fan development manager Kandi Goltz ’87, was featured prominently in a Sunday (Dec. 7) Green Bay Press-Gazette feature about what goes on behind the scenes to ensure everything runs smoothly on game day. Goltz is a key part of the team that scripts every aspect of the game, from player introductions to contests, songs and commercial breaks. She stands on the field for the entire game, ensuring to-the-minute precision timing and working to maximize enjoyment for the game-day crowd of 78,000. “People come to the game, and they’re actually here to watch football,” she said. “They don’t know that somebody is pressing a button for that song to play and somebody has the exact timing that the anthem is going to be and somebody tells the team when to come out of the tunnel. It all just happens.” To see the full story, and to check out our video featuring Goltz (look for her at the 32 second mark), click the links, here:
Green Bay Press-Gazette story
UW-Green Bay video (look for Goltz at the 32 second mark)

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